To mark the start of the 26th Premier League season tomorrow, Halifax researched the house prices of properties near the grounds. This included all 49 football clubs that have played in the Premier League since 1992, over the past 20 years.
Homeowners living in the areas surrounding White Hart Lane have seen their property prices rise by a staggering 655pc over the past 20 years, according to new data. The average home value in the district surrounding Tottenham’s stadium has risen more than seven and a half times since 1997. From £59,638 to £450,104 today.
Figures collated by Halifax using Land Registry data show that Spurs are the winners when it comes to house price growth. While West Ham, Chelsea and Watford have also seen a surge in local property prices over the past two decades. The data is based on where the teams are located now, excluding West Ham. Halifax took property prices from its old stadium in Upton Park, and Tottenham, which has temporarily moved to Wembley.